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Shipston residents complain of sewage flooding into their gardens

Shipston residents complain of sewage flooding into their gardens

Shipston residents complain of sewage flooding into their gardens

Residents say they cannot use their gardens because of the disgusting mess.


New project aims to plug the gap in mental health services

New project aims to plug the gap in mental health services

New project aims to plug the gap in mental health services

Coventry and Warwickshire Mind has been appointed to run the scheme


Daily tests for children and double-jabbed after close Covid contact

Daily tests for children and double-jabbed after close Covid contact

Daily tests for children and double-jabbed after close Covid contact

Children as young as five will be among those asked to take daily lateral flow tests if they're a close contact of someone with Covid19.


Covid advice for Christmas parties - take a test before you go

Covid advice for Christmas parties - take a test before you go

Covid advice for Christmas parties - take a test before you go

The government has issued advice on taking Covid tests as the UK races to administer more booster jabs.


Bird keepers need to act

Bird keepers need to act

Bird keepers need to act

The new measures come into force on Monday.


'It's not just men who have heart attacks' - Stratford councillor tells of her life-threatening scare

'It's not just men who have heart attacks' - Stratford councillor tells of her life-threatening scare

'It's not just men who have heart attacks' - Stratford councillor tells of her life-threatening scare

Kate Rolfe tells Simon Woodings about her life-saving operation and her joy at still being alive.


Ambulance delays at hospitals could cost Warwickshire lives

Ambulance delays at hospitals could cost Warwickshire lives

Ambulance delays at hospitals could cost Warwickshire lives

Ambulance chief has warned of a looming ‘catastrophic failure'.


Protesting in Call the Midwife outfits over shortages on hospitals' labour wards

Protesting in Call the Midwife outfits over shortages on hospitals' labour wards

Protesting in Call the Midwife outfits over shortages on hospitals' labour wards

Katie Stimpson, 32, from Mickleton and her colleague, Becky Mogg, aged 36, from Shipston, will dress in 1960 nursing costumes for a protest in London.


IT workers feel betrayed by jobs transfer plans

IT workers feel betrayed by jobs transfer plans

IT workers feel betrayed by jobs transfer plans

Computer staff at Warwick and George Eliot hospital stage four-day walk-out in protest.


Stratford cyclist's fundraising challenge after accident left her with a fractured skull

Stratford cyclist's fundraising challenge after accident left her with a fractured skull

Stratford cyclist's fundraising challenge after accident left her with a fractured skull

Claire Walters' life was saved by an air ambulance crew.


Half of Stratford's swans killed by bird flu

Half of Stratford's swans killed by bird flu

Half of Stratford's swans killed by bird flu

There is still concern for the rest of the flock on the River Avon.


Avian flu prevention zone in force as public are told to report dead birds

Avian flu prevention zone in force as public are told to report dead birds

Avian flu prevention zone in force as public are told to report dead birds

An avian flu prevention zone has come into force across the UK as government officials take steps to contain outbreaks of bird flu.


Ambulance handover delays causing catastrophic risk to patients

Ambulance handover delays causing catastrophic risk to patients

Ambulance handover delays causing catastrophic risk to patients

West Midlands Ambulance Service bosses have assigned the delays the previously unseen 'risk rating 25'.


Half-term offers Covid break for Warwickshire schools as vaccine roll-out slows

Half-term offers Covid break for Warwickshire schools as vaccine roll-out slows

Half-term offers Covid break for Warwickshire schools as vaccine roll-out slows

But school children will still face tougher virus measures when they return to the classroom.


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